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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
1/4
The Pacifier (2005)
Makes last week's cinematic exploration of surrogate parenthood by an authority figure - Man of the House, with Tommy Lee Jones -- look like a Billy Wilder comedy in comparison.
Posted Mar 4, 2005
2
2/4
Fox can't decide if Walk on Water is a terrorist thriller or a gay buddy story, and neither can the viewer.
Posted Mar 4, 2005
3
2/4
Be Cool (2005)
Utterly forgettable -- and, yes, utterly uncool.
Posted Mar 4, 2005
4
2/4
There's a story here, but the film doesn't tell it.
Posted Mar 3, 2005
5
3/4
Chilling documentary.
Posted Mar 3, 2005
6
3/4
All the pieces converge in a powerful rush during the second half.
Posted Mar 3, 2005
7
0.5/4
Mindless, vapid fare.
Posted Feb 28, 2005
8
1/4
Cursed (2005)
Follows its predictable way to an ending that seems endless.
Posted Feb 28, 2005
9
2.5/4
Quote not available.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
10
3/4
A mystery that isn't suspenseful so much as realistic, in which the detective's motivation is understandable and the story moves the way life does, instead of as a thrill ride.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
11
3/4
Sunset Story (2003)
Gabbert expertly delivers a far more powerful message with honesty, humor and palpable respect.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
12
3/4
You can't help but root for Asanee's troubled character, in and out of the ring.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
13
2/4
Only sporadically amusing.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
14
3/4
An absorbing look at a country still struggling to adjust more than a decade after the fall of communism.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
15
1/4
Stay clear of this mess.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
16
2.5/4
While kids older than 8 may be too jaded to sit through this cute flick, at just over an hour, it may be the perfect fit for first-time filmgoers.
Posted Feb 19, 2005
17
2/4
Mildly diverting and way too long for a movie aimed at kids.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
18
3/4
A sweet and charming treat.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
19
3.5/4
It's the well-wrought details that explain, perhaps better than any earlier film, how an entire country bought into Hitler's genocidal madness.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
20
2/4
A soggy love story doesn't help this instance of style over substance.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
21
4/4
It belongs on movie lovers' must-see list.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
22
1/4
Director Christopher Munch deftly raises disturbing questions, but he fumbles badly when groping for answers.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
23
1.5/4
Nearly two hours of an earnest, predictable comedy about a pathetic schlemiel who hopes to redeem himself by acting in the community theater.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
24
1/4
Becomes more and more confused, unpleasant and preposterous.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
25
0/4
Parents who let their kids see this stinker should be brought up on abuse charges; so should the movie ratings board that let this suggestive mess slip by with a PG rating.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
26
2/4
Constantine (2005)
Great-looking but torturously slow.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
27
2/4
Two documentaries too many.
Posted Feb 17, 2005
28
1/4
Boogeyman (2005)
None of this makes any sense whatsoever.
Posted Feb 13, 2005
29
0/4
Vile, humorless, distasteful, sickening.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
30
2.5/4
Though nobody will mistake it for the real thing, Bride & Prejudice is the best attempt at adapting Bollywood style to Western tastes since Moulin Rouge.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
31
3/4
By the end of the movie, you might find yourself so wrapped up in Bittner and the parrots that you have tears in your eyes.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
32
2.5/4
An edgy drama unwinds with an emotional letdown.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
33
3/4
A thorough but highly entertaining documentary.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
34
2/4
Hitch (2005)
To enjoy this film, it helps to check your brain at the box office.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
35
3/4
In the last 20 minutes, the film moves as breathlessly as a Hollywood thriller -- only it's much more frightening, because it's true.
Posted Feb 9, 2005
36
2.5/4
Unscrewed (2003)
Offers enough laughs to please even those who don't usually venture into downtown art houses.
Posted Feb 9, 2005
37
2.5/4
A thorough if predictable Behind the Music episode.
Posted Feb 4, 2005
38
3.5/4
Kore-eda presents the deeply moving story in a documentary style that is both gentle and compelling.
Posted Feb 4, 2005
39
2/4
The grim material isn't helped by the hackneyed direction of Russell Mulcahy, a music-video veteran.
Posted Feb 4, 2005
40
2/4
Grows ever more manipulative and predictable.
Posted Feb 4, 2005
41
0/4
From the look of it, poor Debra Messing's first starring vehicle was an unmitigated disaster even before the cameras started rolling.
Posted Feb 4, 2005
42
1.5/4
Mostly, Freak Weather is just pathetic.
Posted Feb 2, 2005
43
1.5/4
Playing jokes on old people isn't funny.
Posted Feb 2, 2005
44
2.5/4
By the time the sun rises and these tormented parallel lives finally intersect, they've all achieved redemption -- as has the movie.
Posted Feb 2, 2005
45
1.5/4
Fear X (2003)
A pretentious, unsatisfying and ultra-slow-moving thriller.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
46
4/4
Delightful performances are delivered by all in this ingenious work of cinema that is worth seeing if only for its glorious views of the Himalayas.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
47
2/4
Often, the movie feels like sitting through a college lecture class.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
48
2/4
Lost Embrace (2005)
The tedious film might have been worth watching if Burman had given reasons to care about Ariel or anyone else. He doesn't and we don't.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
49
0/4
It doesn't even qualify as 'so bad it's good,' although by that standard it does have its moments.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
50
3/4
Cameron's showmanship and his on-screen appearances make his documentaries far livelier than your usual IMAX nature documentary, and this one is no exception.
Posted Jan 28, 2005